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The CyberWire Week-in-Review 2.1.16 – 2.5.16

DDoS and ransomware top the cyber criminal charts. New malware gets more evasive. Global threat trends feature state actors. Analysts look at threat intelligence and data sharing. Privacy Shield replaces Safe Harbor. We review security merger and acquisition news, and we take a glance at the market.

In this podcast, we discuss trends in cyber crime, what some of the big state actors in cyberspace have in the works, review what's up as countries try to balance privacy and security, and take a look at the marketplace. And we hear about threat data sharing from the University of Maryland's Markus Rauschecker, and about end-to-end encryption from Virtru's Will Ackerly.

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